European Golf Tour
€1,375,000 Hassan II Golf Trophy Field
Royal Golf Dar Es Salam (Red Course)
Par 73 - 7343 Yards
Royal Golf Dar Es Salam (Blue Course)
Par 72 - 6788 Yards
Rabat, Morocco
Mar 18 - Mar 21, 2010
Felipe Aguilar
Thomas Aiken
Peter Baker
Seve Benson
Thomas Bjorn
Richard Bland
Gregory Bourdy
Gary Boyd
Markus Brier
Paul Broadhurst
Daniel Brooks
Mark Brown
Andrew Butterfield
Rafael Cabrera-Bello
Ariel Canete
Alejandro Canizares
Christian Cevaer
S.S.P. Chawrasia
Darren Clarke
Julien Clement
Robert Coles
Nicolas Colsaerts
Rhys Davies
Francois Delamontagne
Robert-Jan Derksen
David Dixon
Stephen Dodd
Jamie Donaldson
Nick Dougherty
David Drysdale
Rafa Echenique
Younes El Hassani
Martin Erlandsson
Niclas Fasth
Kenneth Ferrie
Richard Finch
Alastair Forsyth
Mark Foster
Stephen Gallacher
Chris Gane
Ignacio Garrido
Ricardo Gonzalez
Tano Goya
Jhared Hack
Gregory Havret
Peter Hedblom
Oskar Henningsson
Michael Hoey
David Horsey
David Howell
Jeppe Huldahl
Sam Hutsby
Mikko Ilonen
Raphael Jacquelin
Anthony Kang
Shiv Kapur
Simon Khan
Barry Lane
Jose Manuel Lara
Pablo Larrazabal
Peter Lawrie
Thomas Levet
Wen-Chong Liang
Jose-Filipe Lima
Sam Little
Gary Lockerbie
Shane Lowry
Jean-Francois Lucquin
Joost Luiten
Santiago Luna
Mikael Lundberg
David Lynn
Pablo Martin Benavides
Gareth Maybin
Richard McEvoy
Paul McGinley
Damien McGrane
Francesco Molinari
Macon Moye
Christian Nilsson
Alexander Noren
Louis Oosthuizen
Gary Orr
John Parry
Phillip Price
Julien Quesne
Richie Ramsay
Reda Rhazali
Robert Rock
Carlos Rodiles
Marco Ruiz
Faycal Serghini
Marcel Siem
Graeme Storm
Andrew Tampion
Daniel Vancsik
Anthony Wall
Paul Waring
Marc Warren
Steve Webster
Peter Whiteford
Danny Willett
Azuma Yano
Fabrizio Zanotti
While the tournament has been around for more than 40 years, this week marks the first time the Hassan II Golf Trophy will be part of the European Tour schedule. Recent winners have included Ernie Els, Padraig Harrington and Sam Torrance, although none of those players is scheduled to be in the field this week. American Erik Compton, the two-time heart transplant recipient, earned a sponsor`s exemption to play the event he won in 2005. Three-time champion Santiago Luna of Spain was also invited back. The event is a pro-am format with professionals and amateurs paired together. The first two rounds will be played on both the Red and Blue courses at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, while the final two rounds will be played on the Red Course. Golf Channel will have three hours of coverage for all four rounds. Next week is the Open de Andalucia, where Soren Kjeldsen parlayed a 62 in the third round to a four-shot win last year.